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By jonahly, Senior Member on 21st December 2013, 05:14 AM
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I'm having issues connecting to WiFi on CM11. Most people say they fixed it by changing their router settings from WPA to WPA2 and I use WPA2 so I'd assume that it would work. Having no WiFi is causing me absurd Sprint bills each other and it's frustrating. Any ideas?
 
 
21st December 2013, 04:55 PM |#2  
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I'm having issues connecting to WiFi on CM11. Most people say they fixed it by changing their router settings from WPA to WPA2 and I use WPA2 so I'd assume that it would work. Having no WiFi is causing me absurd Sprint bills each other and it's frustrating. Any ideas?

I guess keep changing your router settings until you find one that works. :/

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I guess keep changing your router settings until you find one that works. :/

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It's not my router so I don't have permissions to do that
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I was having issues with WiFi while streaming Netflix, it would buffer every 3 minutes. It only happened when I flashed CM11 on my phone. I finally just tried a new Kernel. I used AOSP Bubba from our link here and it fixed it right up. Use a Kernel cleaning script first and then flash that and see if it fixes your issues like it did mine.
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